Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Drive That Car

America was once a rural country where people actually knew how to do things. It isn't like that anymore:
Randolph Bean of Oviedo, Fla., had pulled over late Sunday night to text message his wife when two would-be carjackers approached his sporty yellow Corvette. 
One, holding a gun, forced him to the ground while the other hopped in the driver’s seat, Bean, 51, told WKMG Local 6. 
But there was a problem: The aspiring carjacker didn’t know how to start Bean’s car, a 2002 Millennium Yellow Z06 Corvette. (The car, used, sells for about $19,000.)
Aside from the fact that this man's life was in danger, this is a healthy combination of sad and strange. If you're going to steal cars, at least have the ability to identify the cars you can actually drive.

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